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November 19, 2005

2005-2006 Law Student Tax Challenge

Problem, Best Written Winners, Judges, Entrants

Finalists and Winners

The LSTC is a national tax planning and client-counseling competition designed to more closely reflect everyday tax practice than traditional moot court competitions. The semi-final and final rounds of the 2005-2006 LSTC took place in February of 2005 in San Diego, California, during the Section of Taxation Midyear Meeting.

We are pleased to announce the winners of the 2005-2006 Law Student Tax Challenge.

J.D. Division Results

  • The 1st Place Team was Tonita Northington and Teri Ellison of Louisiana State University Law Center.
  • The 2nd Place Team was Mary Riley and Cathryn Streeter of Northern Illinois University College of Law.
  • The 3rd Place Team was Gainey Johnson and Travis Combs of University of Houston Law Center.
  • The Best Written Submission was by Jed Tomkins and Luke Jones of Lewis and Clark Law School.

The J.D. semi-finalists were:

  • Craig Standish and Matthew Brigham - Syracuse University College of Law
  • James Parker and Carl Potenza - Quinnipiac University School of Law
  • Jed Tomkins and Luke Jones - Lewis and Clark Law School
     

LL.M. Division Results

  • The 1st Place Team was Kelley Miller and Michael Gitlin of Georgetown University Law Center.
  • The 2nd Place Team was Jeffrey Malo and Agnieszka Samoc of Georgetown University Law Center.
  • The Best Written Submission was by Jeffrey Malo and Agnieszka Samoc of Georgetown University Law Center.

The LL.M. semi-finalists were:

  • Sonia Chien and Michele Hyndman - Georgetown University Law Center
  • Stewart Brant and Christopher Armstrong - University of Florida Levin College of Law